In this paper I am going to discuss and describe demonstrative communication. In this paper we are going to find out what demonstrative communication is I am going to provide you examples of its affective and ineffectiveness. Furthermore we are going to dive into how demonstrative communication and both its positive and negative aspects for both the receiver and the sender. Once we have a good idea of what demonstrative communication is and how it affects us as human beings we are going to discuss how demonstrative communication involves both listening and responding. After our journey I hope to have a better understanding of demonstrative communication and how it affects all of us in general. Demonstrative communication is considered non verbal communication. This is when to individuals communicate with each other without using language this can be facial expressions, body language , or even out tone of voice when we are speaking. I most cases these are way of communicate your feeling to another person without even realizing we are doing it. This first aspect we are going to discuss is how non verbal communication can be affective in communication. The components of nonverbal communication, eye contact, facial expression, posture, arm and hand gestures as well as head position are extremely vital. Even though, we typically only focus on our verbal message, others see our communication as a “whole”. Awareness of “silent” communication is the first step to improve our interactions (Nonverbal Communication Says A Lot, 2012). The way that we look, react with our bodies and even the volume of our voices give the people that we are talk to cues as to the message we are trying to convey. For an example when we get angry or mad it is more than just what we say that conveys the message we are trying to get across. Your words will tell the person...